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Title: INEE Regional Capacity Building Workshop for Anglophone Africa


1
INEE Regional Capacity Building Workshop for
Anglophone Africa Minimum Standards for
Education in Emergencies, Chronic Crises and
Early Reconstruction
Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies
2
Workshop Objectives
  • To identify and share challenges, lessons learnt
    and good practice experiences in follow-up
    trainings and implementation of the INEE Minimum
    Standards
  • To develop recommendations for improvements in
    training content and/or methodology in order to
    further facilitate the training process at
    regional and/or national levels
  • To provide refresher training sessions and share
    new tools to strengthen participants
    understanding of how to use the INEE Minimum
    Standards
  • To develop regional and national and country
    cluster (where appropriate) plans of action for
    deepening inter-agency coordination and
    collaboration to reach quality education

3
The Delegates
  • 10 countries Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Uganda,
    Tanzania, Kenya, Sudan, South Africa, Sweden, UK
  • 16 organizations Save the Children, IRC, NRC,
    Windle Trust, CRS, World Vision, DAI, NCA, JRS,
    Cape Town Refugee Center, CARITAS, UNHCR, WFP,
    UNICEF, MoE Kenya, MoE Ethiopia
  • 32 delegates
  • 6 TOT graduates
  • 15 had participated in a follow-up workshop
  • 11 who had never been through a training on the
    INEE MS but received an orientation

4
DAY 1 (morning) Sharing training challenges,
lessons learnt and good practices
  • Content
  • Methodology
  • Logistics
  • Participants
  • Partnerships
  • Other

5
DAY 1 (afternoon) Sharing recommendations and
strategies
  • Examples of recommendations
  • Content Simplify vocabulary in the training
    materials
  • Methodology Contextualize activities use
    local languages
  • Participants Engage participants in advance of
    the workshop through a pre-workshop assignment or
    questionnaire
  • Logistics Have budget lines for INEE activities
  • Partnerships Organize inter-agency trainings to
    share costs and roles and responsibilities

6
Day 1 (afternoon) Training Adaptations
  • Developed by INEE Secretariat
  • Acute Emergency
  • Emergency Response Team
  • Early Reconstruction
  • Natural Disasters
  • Urban/Rural
  • Safe Learning Environment
  • Gender
  • Repatriation
  • Disaster Risk Reduction (coming soon)
  • Coordination within Cluster (coming soon)
  • Asked for by participants
  • HIV/AIDS and child protection
  • Teachers and Other Education Personnel

7
Day 2 (morning) Sharing experiences utilising
the INEE Minimum Standards
  • Global Implementation Overview
  • Utilisation in assessment, design, monitoring and
    evaluation
  • Utilisation in coordination advocacy and policy
    developing sector/national plans staff learning
    and mentoring

8
Day 2 (morning) Launch of INEE Minimum Standards
Toolkit
What could be so exciting?
The INEE MS Toolkit!
9
Day 2 (afternoon) Adoption Strategy Checklists
Eric presenting the INEE Adoption Strategy
checklists and sharing CRSs institutionalization
plan
Participants discussing adoption strategy
checklists in respective groups
10
Day 2 (afternoon) Training refresher
  • Acute Emergency scenario with a focus on
    advocacy strategies

11
Refresher Training
Early Reconstruction scenario focus on
coordination with Ministry of Education
12
Day 3 (morning) IASC Education Cluster
  • IASC and Humanitarian Reform
  • Education Cluster at the global level
  • Education Cluster at the national level (Uganda)
  • INEE Adoption Strategy Checklist for Inter-Agency
    Coordination within the Education Cluster

13
Day 3 (morning) Developing National Action Plans
  • What are some initiatives or opportunities to
    work collaboratively at the national/regional
    level in the coming year?
  • How can the INEE Minimum Standards and
    associated tools (coordination checklist, talking
    points, etc.) assist you in these collective
    initiatives?
  • Are there opportunities at the national/regional
    level to collectively promote the INEE Minimum
    Standards?

14
Somalia
  • World Vision and Save the Children to organize 3
    trainings on the INEE Minimum Standards for MoE
    officials and NGOs
  • World Vision, Save and MoE to organize 3
    simplified trainings on the INEE Minimum
    Standards in local language for teachers and
    communities
  • UN agencies and NGOs to disseminate the INEE
    Minimum Standards to donor agencies

15
Uganda
  • Promote the INEE Minimum Standards within
    Education Cluster through advocacy and training
  • Use the INEE Minimum Standards as a coordination
    tool to carry out joint assessments and joint
    planning
  • Promote and use the INEE Minimum Standards in
    Back to School Campaigns, Education Week, etc.

16
Sudan
  • South Sudan
  • Save the Children to give a presentation on the
    INEE Minimum Standards to the ERDF
  • Each lead agency to organize a training on the
    INEE Minimum Standards for its Thematic Working
    Group
  • NGOS to advocate the incorporation of the INEE
    Minimum Standards in April Education Campaign to
    UNICEF
  • North Sudan
  • Save the Children to conduct a training and
    collaborate Education WG to develop
    implementation plan in Khartoum 11-13 Dec. 2007
  • 2008 West Darfur, South Darfur, South
    Kordofan, Abyei, Blue Nile

17
Ethiopia
  • Establish a national INEE Committee (UNICEF,
    Save the Children, IRC, Oromia region)
  • Incorporate the INEE Minimum Standards in the
    work of the existing regional emergency task
    force
  • Share resources, information and experiences
    accross agencies

18
Day 3 (afternoon) Other Initiatives and how
delegates can be involved with them
  • INEE, including Task Teams and Interest Groups
  • INEE Global Consultation 2009
  • Teacher Compensation Initiative
  • Disaster Risk Reduction

19
Day 3 (afternoon) Individual Action Plans
1. List and develop your key action points to
promote, train on, implement and institutionalize
the INEE Minimum Standards
2. Discuss and get input/advice on your key
action points from a peer
20
and of course, a few energizers!
21
And certificates!
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